Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Made a quilt.....

Really loving free motion feathers... so decided on a whole quilt


... got hungry... love THIS  food blog.... simple yummy recipes.....
 this is one of her 30 minute recipes... Lemon Chicken Orzo Soup
... it was Damn Delicious...


.. and I did another hexagon from Michelle's patterns....


... and did the whole quilt in free motion feathers... a bit of marking to get the basic shapes


... this stitchery made me think of Hubz and me at Christmas.....


.... and I've played with my Churn Dash blocks (received from swaps)


... thought you might like to see the finished quilted whole cloth ....

... yes, that's 4" square.... cute huh?


Righto, Gotto Go.... I was given some mushrooms today so I need to find a thimble....



31 comments:

  1. Love the mini wholecloth...well done.

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  2. Fiona that quilting is amazing you are very clever. Great food blog to thank you.

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  3. Hi Fiona you always do such beautiful work,you are very inspiring,I must start practising my FMQ,now I am going to check the food blog out,hope you have a lovely evening.xx

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  4. gorgeous quilting and soooo tiny!
    your soup looks delicious..
    another lovely couple of hexies too. so sweet the one of you and hubz.
    love the churn dash blocks, going to be a great top.

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  5. Oh I love it.....so tiny and perfect. Look out, these small projects are addictive. Cute stitcheries in between.

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  6. Your quilting is beautiful Fiona. All lovely projects you've been working on

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  7. I like your FMQ feathers and those embroidered hexies.

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  8. Wonderful quilting, I do enjoy doing designs with free motion, I tend to do better that way then trying to stitch straight lines, lol.

    Debbie

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  9. wow your feathers are great...... I just love playing with those in fmq too.with alll your projects on the go how do you find time to make soup???
    in stitches

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  10. Wow... I was impressed by your quilted feathers until I found out the size of the quilt... then I was gobsmacked!! Your eyes must have been out on stalks when you did that. Amazing.

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  11. Woohoo, you had me going there! Love your wholecloth and also love your little hexagon stitcheries!!!

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  12. Lots of lovely projects. Off to have a look at that food blog & to have my eyes testes. I thought it said ouzo not orzo in the soup. Well i've only just woken up so that's my excuse my eyes are working properly yet. :) lol Hugs,xx

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  13. Your whole cloth quilt is gorgeous Fiona. I bet it was quite tricky only being 4 inches!

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  14. Just look at you....so many wonderful projects, thanks for the link to the food blog..

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  15. Gorgeous little quilt and I love your hexagons. Have bookmarked the soup - it sounds delicious! xx

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  16. Fiona your mini whole cloth quilt is just adorable , great quilting . I have to try that soup , I did pin it :-)

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  17. Wow, some gorgeous stitchery and that block ... lots of stitches on a 4" block!

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  18. You are a quilting wonder!!! Beautiful Fiona xx

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  19. No Way - FOUR inches - you are officially a very clever quilter!

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  20. That mini quilt is amazing, just beautiful stitching on a small scale. Wow!

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  21. Beautiful quilting!!! Love the stitcheries to.
    xx

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  22. Wow, that is some very impressive quilting! I can't even do it nicely on a bigger piece of fabric LOL. xx debbie

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  23. Wow! those are truly GOOORRRGEOUS feathers on such a tiny little square of fabric. Whatchamacallit candle rug? wallhanging? It is way to beautiful to hide in a drawer or closet. Love your hexies too. Very beautiful.

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  24. Is Christmas the only time you dance?

    Love the stitched hexies and your new beer mat.

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  25. Gorgeous feathers Fiona. Love your hexie stitcheries and that soup does look delicious, it's making me hungry. Hugs.....

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  26. Yummy Winter soup and great stitching on the hexies.
    You are very patient with your quilting on that tiny piece. Lovely work.
    And more tiny mushrooms like before? Must be perfect growing weather! :)

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  27. Oh My Goooodness...... I couldn't believe the whole cloth was only 4 inches... you are very very clever. How did you do that???? I am totally in awe. I will be checking out that food blog too... the soup sounds dellicious. Thanks Fiona. I loved this post with all its cleverness xx

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  28. OMG cuteness overload with the quilting on that one there. Adorable. hugs

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